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SWEET MEMORIES: Pioneer Museum Valentine’s collection tells history of love

The Pioneer Museum of Alabama is well-know and appreciated for it extensive collection of pioneer artifacts. But, the ...

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FROM FIELD TO LOOM: Blankenship continues tradition of spinning thread

If Shirley Blankenship had been born around the 1820s, she would have been in her element. Blankenship has ...

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BICENTENNIAL BASH: Pike County completes celebration of 200 years in 2019

Pike County joined in the statewide three-year Alabama Bicentennial celebration, 2017-2019, and also took advantage of the opportunity ...

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‘A PIECE OF HISTORY’: Bicentennial mural prints capture moments in time

Just in time for Christmas, prints of Troy’s Alabama Bicentennial mural are available for sale. Stephanie Baker, Reunion ...

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STRONG COMPETITION: Challenge 14 artists honored with reception

A large gathering of art patrons and enthusiasts attended the reception for the artists who participated in the ...

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NEW-FASHIONED: Todd Mill modernizes sugar cane production

Ralph Waldo Emerson said “Build a better mousetrap and the world will beat a path to your door.” ...

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Sewing threads of love

“Threads of Love.” Such a sad story. Such a sweet story. The ladies at the Morning Circle at Brundidge United ...

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Things of note: Study club releases new cards

The Brundidge Study Club has long been actively involved in the happenings in and around Brundidge. The club ...

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PAINTING THE FUN: Troy University students’ exhibit a quirky, joyful display

The mood was different from most artists’ receptions. The talk was lively and sometimes loud and the laughter ...

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TO THE ENDS OF THE EARTH: Missionaries to Costa Rica visit Troy

Jose Villalta was mad or, for a better choice of words, angry. He was not happy and he ...

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